So, if they de-list something, but don't do it globally, France or Spain or someone else fines them; if they do de-list it globally, Brazil (and others who follow this rule) fines them...
The end result being that if Google does "nothing", then 1/2 the world's countries will fine them; if they do "something", then the other 1/2 will fine them... 1/2 of 195 countries fining 4% of their global income, each event will cost 390% of their annual revenue. They should go broke fairly quickly. Which, of course, is the goal.
This morning, the leadership of the Democratic Party woke up, reviewed the results of the Presidential, Senate, and House elections and said "How did that happen? What do we do now?". This morning, the leadership of the Republican Party woke up, reviewed the results of the Presidential, Senate, and House elections and said "How did that happen? What do we do now?". For the first time ever, the leadership of both parties are in 100% agreement.
The machines are correct - and they show that the projection of our candidate being 11% ahead in the polls was also accurate. The losing candidate only got 48% of the vote, while our winning candidate got 59% - exactly 11% more. The machines were not tampered with by any external parties. Trust us.
As the US Gov't and various agencies thereof have forced themselves and their rules on other countries around the world, a US based business has a hard time saying "your laws only apply in your country".
If they are hiding billions in profits from the artists and creators, are they also hiding it from the IRS? Oh wait... they've already bought off the right politicians to get all the tax breaks they want. What's a few billion in unpaid taxes vs a few million in campaign contributions?
One Citizen, One Vote? How amateur. Chicago used "Vote Early, Vote Often" and election vote counts easily exceeded the population. Just because someone's address was their parish cemetery was no reason to not count their vote...